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QUOTE (CrazyMilanFan @ Feb 17 2019, 05:18 PM) *
Lazio lost as well.. Hopefully Roma will drop points too..

Let's see if Mihajlovic can do us a favour for old time's sake

Inter won though, which is disappointing after the sh!t show that's been going down across town with the Icardi nonsense.

I think we need to stop looking at who's behind us and start focusing on that 3rd spot. We've already gotten a bunch of really difficult fixtures out of the way this year. Managing to consolidate 4th spot after having faced Napoli, Roma and Atalanta, the last 2 away from home is something that I absolutely did not expect to happen, but here we are, 4 points off 3rd with a little bit of leeway (depending still one what Roma do tomorrow) from the 5th spot. The table is really tight, but the fixture list in the upcoming 3 games massively favours us. We need to make sure we grab all 9 points against Empoli (H) Sassuolo (H) and Chievo (A) with a Coppa fixture against Lazio wedged in between

But tese 3 games are massively important as Inter will face Fiorentina, Lazio and Roma face each other and Lazio will also play Fiorentina. So 9 points would not only help in consolidating 4th, but they'd potentially put some distance between us and the Roman clubs, not to mention hopefully make up ground on Inter before the derby

QUOTE (William405 @ Feb 17 2019, 08:01 PM) *
Yes, I hope so. Anyway, we just need to focus on always playing good and I think the 4th spot, at this pace, could very well be ours. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)

Agreed. In the past few years, this game would have been prime opportunity for us to implode but we went out there, played a slightly shaky first half but managed to keep things tight and came out gunning to win it in the second half

What Rino has managed to do with this team, imo has been amazing so far this season. The fact that he managed to keep things together and not fall apart through the massive injury crises we were in while still maintaining a good position in the table and getting results when in previous years we would have thrown in the towel by October had we faced the same kinds of issues is admirable and deserves massive amounts of respect and kudos

QUOTE (X-Offender @ Feb 17 2019, 09:01 PM) *
We played really well last night. Didn't dominate the game by any means but we looked solid and took our chances. Hopefully the players can keep up this momentum till the end of the season.

Piatek and Paqueta are turning out to be two of the best signings we've made in a very long time. Piatek is just fantastic. He's got great technique and fights for every ball. I honestly wasn't expecting him to turn out like this. And Paqueta man, what a player. He's so practical, all the tricks he does have an end to them, he doesn't just do them for show. Plus he plays for the team and defends the ball well. Top class

But the real revelation so far has been Bakayoko. What a beast! Totally deserves every penny of that 40M clause.

Agreed on all. Especially Bakayoko. And this coming from someone who was highly critical of him in his first few games (which were admittedly a nightmare)

He's become the most important puzzle piece within our formation imo. He shields the defense so well and connects defense and attack so seamlessly. Initiating that release clause next summer has to be priority 1. And he seems just as determined to stay so that's also great to see

You know, during January when that Higuain mess was going down I could already see the rest of our season crumbling before my eyes.

But now, in hindsight, him wanting to leave is the best thing that could have happened to this team. In fact I'll go even further and say Bonucci wanting to leave and go back to Juve was the best thing that could have happened to us, as it started the chain reaction that lead to Piatek. Not to mention getting Caldara off Juve as well who, even though so far has had a very disappointing time of it, he's still imo one of the best young Italian defenders next to Romagnoli. So Leonardo has so far made some seriously inspired moves. I was a bit let down that we couldn't get a winger but we'll see if we can still achieve our goals for a CL spot without one.
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Posted on: Feb 16 2019, 10:55 PM


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Where is everyone? Now that this team is finally clicking and we're playing well everyone seems to have disappeared...
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Posted on: Feb 10 2019, 09:38 PM


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QUOTE (William405 @ Feb 10 2019, 09:22 PM) *
Is it me or is Hakan sometimes playing more central and switching on the wings with Paqueta? In anyway, I like it.

We are playing well...There is a certain matureness( is that a word?) to our game. We attack when we have to, and we know how to slow down the pace.

Surprised that Piatek didn't score on that opportunity. But, this kid has good quality. He can pass the ball well.

And, Paqueta as usual is doing well!

Yeah, they seem to be switching around between each other. Hakan is finally looking better these past few weeks after months of underwhelming performances

Agreed, I think part of that has to be attributed to Bakayoko. He brings a lot of defensive stability into our midfield and in turn helps out our defenders immensely

Piatek got a little bit too cocky on that, he shouldn't have tried to chip that, but still, it's a good sign to see him having the confidence to attempt it
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Posted on: Feb 10 2019, 08:33 PM


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QUOTE (CrazyMilanFan @ Feb 4 2019, 05:35 AM) *
We drew but i think its a missed opportunity for us

The ref really screwed us over in that one imo. Must win today, let's see how we do
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Posted on: Feb 3 2019, 11:56 AM


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QUOTE (CrazyMilanFan @ Jan 31 2019, 10:17 AM) *
no winger coming in will be a huge failure of this market

It is a let down and will no doubt cost us in some way. But Paqueta and Piatek look to be very good moves so far and will probably be crucial to our push for 4th
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Posted on: Jan 29 2019, 09:13 PM


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Posted on: Jan 26 2019, 10:45 PM


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Don't know who watched the Napoli game, but there were definitely some positives to take away, Paqueta is such an interesting player, major potential in him, he plays with a level of confidence that you rarely see in players his age coming from outside the league. There are definitely things he needs to cut out, like holding on to the ball too long in tight areas and going for the risky pass in dangerous areas but that's something that can be coached out of him

Piantek looks good as well, certainly looks to be more than just a poacher. He looks to be a powerful runner, good with his back to goal and on link up play and has great positioning. This obviously from the little I've seen of him so far. It's also a relief to have a player who so clearly wants to be on this team and not feeling like the other players are tip toeing around him because he's the "star"

If only we can get that winger in. We're linked with Carrasco and now Deulofeu as well, and honestly, I'd take the latter. He'll be cheap and he's a known quantity to us. And I think his characteristics are exactly what we need to make our trident complete. Obviously Carrasco would be great but he's harder to get plus much more expensive

Anyway, overall it was a good game I thought. I'll take a point off Napoli any day of the week, the Roma game is what will be crucial
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Posted on: Jan 25 2019, 05:20 PM


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QUOTE (Rossoneri7 @ Jan 24 2019, 12:39 PM) *
Okay so this is why FFP restricts Milan;




So it isn’t a conspiracy really, whether we have Gazidis, Fassone or Galliani as CEO. Whether we have Singer’s Elliott fund, Li or Berlusconi as owner. Milan’s revenue CAGR of just 2% is indicative of the constraints it has on the transfer market. If anything you guys should lower your expectations even further now and stop considering this club as a top club. It is a ‘historic’ club, but so is Leeds in that sense. Until the club gets a new stadium and a consistant CL run, nothing changes from the current situation.

I think we all know that, the problem with Fassone was that he was quoting UEFA astronomical numbers of money coming in from the Chinese market, which at the end of the fiscal year turned out to be lower than even a million and this ended up p!ssing off UEFA more than anything else

I don't think the new management will make miracles, we need to get on the Stadium issue for sure, but with smart management, things can be improved, look at Juve as the example of a club playing in the same league as us who have managed to hit marketing goal we can only dream on today, and this is a club who were in Serie B just over a decade ago and have never had anywhere near the international success that we do
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Posted on: Jan 23 2019, 08:19 PM


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QUOTE (maldini03 @ Jan 22 2019, 07:00 PM) *
Yeah, all in all, I think I agree with you han. I was quick to criticize Gattuso but it seems he has sorted things out. I think having Higuain out will be a good long run decision. To be honest, I never much liked him, always thought he failed to show up in the big games. He was never a good fit here where we need someone to work to take us back. Higuain needs the team to play for him and I think he upset the atmosphere we have under Gattuso.

The next few games are a good test for us. If we can manage 4 points from those two games with Napoli and Roma we might be looking good. I still have my eye on the transfer window though I think we will bring someone else in on top of Piatek.

Agreed about Higuain. I still don't understand why he even agreed to the move if he wasn't willing to do the work it takes when you join a team who are going through a rebuilding phase. Such a complete lack of character

QUOTE (Fillipo Simone @ Jan 22 2019, 09:59 PM) *
Perhaps. I do understand that the situation Rino got himself into isn't easy to deal with. But we had injury crisis like this under Allegri as well. Only our expectations were higher, and granted, our team better. Yet who said anything about being on pair with Napoli? But we are unable to be on pair with Lazio or Roma as well.

Yes, results are momentarily good. But we had a golden opportunity in December when Lazio and Roma were in crisis and Inter also started shaking to take a grittier approach and win points against the likes of Torino, Bologna, etc. But we never found an ounce of strength to show some face. Just like last season when the team simply disappeared on the first real European test against Arsenal, or like we hit numerous times self-destruct in important games - we caved. I really do not believe Rino can stir us to 4th place and the temporarily good position is just that - temporal. Soon we'll find ourselves back in 6th or 7th.

Conti has been very good I must admit, just what we needed. Hopefully he can maintain this form.

Yes, we had an injury crises with Allegri, and what happened? We conceded the Scudetto to Juve while having the best team in the league by a good margin, and it wasn't a team that was lacking in resources be any stretch of the imagination either, we had a a deep squad that Allegri could use, the same cannot be said now.

As for not taking advantage of the crises, yes it is disappointing, but you have to take into consideration that we have been in our very own crises since September with all the injuries we had to deal with, and this is not Alegri's Milan, if a player like Bona, Biglia or Suso go down, we have no alternatives that would allow us to still maintain the same level of quality without them in the starting 11. We've at least been lucky that Bakayoko has recovered his form and has been producing great performances since Biglia's been out or our crises would have been much worse, and I attribute Bakayoko's retun to form in part to Rino as well.

Look I'm not someone who's blind to Rino's faults (which mostly are due to his lack of experience), would I still like a Conte or Klopp? Of coure, but those guys are unrealistic, and given all the challenges Rino has faced, you simply cannot deny that he's done a commendable job. And I think if we can give him the backing he has so far deserved, he'll continue to grow and improve as a coach and we'll reap those benefits.

Also I said Napoli because that's where we should be aspiring to in the short term, I already think we're on par with Roma and Lazio now, and as for where we'll finish, we'll see, we're lucky because the majority of our difficult fixtures are all clumped in the coming weeks, so we'll be able to get those out of the way and re-assess after that. Hopefully we can make 1 more signing and bring the winger we need in and it will give us that added push.
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Posted on: Jan 22 2019, 06:26 PM


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QUOTE (CHU-LIP @ Jan 22 2019, 02:51 PM) *
Agreed. If it's not working out with a very expensive 31 year old, moving forward should the way to go.

It doesn't help he doesn't look belly fit either. Then you'll get old very fast.

Meh, I feel like he never really wanted to be here, we were his last resort.
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Posted on: Jan 22 2019, 06:25 PM


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With that all being said, we have a ridiculous schedule coming up, Napoli, Napoli, Roma within a span of a few days, thankfully we're recovering some of our injured players, but we might not still be in 4th after these game are played

Conti will also be a major boost for us, already 2 assists in around 120 minutes of football played since coming back
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Posted on: Jan 22 2019, 06:23 PM


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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Jan 21 2019, 11:40 PM) *
So, we're 4th after 20 games played. When was the last time that happened?

No idea. But the majority of Milan fans, and this is not an observation of just this forum, are still complaining about Rino...
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Posted on: Jan 21 2019, 08:23 PM


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Don't know Fillipo, Allegri had a major fetish for playing an all DM trio in the midfield and just relied on punting it up to Ibra on most games. He even benched Pirlo on numerous occasions to play a DM instead

But I'm mostly talking about the 11/12 season here rather than the Scudetto one
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QUOTE (drucurl @ Jan 21 2019, 06:10 AM) *
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I fear that in Piatek we haven't plugged the gap left by Higuain's departure.

That being said, it's not like Higuain has left a huge gaping wound behind him, he's been missing in most games for a while now, probably since that Juve game, he hasn't been the same. I'd rather have a lesser player who is 100% motivated to play for our shirt than someone who's not happy to play for this club
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Posted on: Jan 21 2019, 08:18 PM


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QUOTE (Fillipo Simone @ Jan 21 2019, 03:51 PM) *
Are you watching Han? Tell me, when was the last time Milan played so dull and consistently bad football?

Yes I am, and let me think.... The last decade or so fits that bill, only we weren't even getting half decent results then, which we are now.

You know, you can criticize Rino as much as you'd like but facts are facts, we're in 4th after 20 games played all while having some serious injury issues and a relatively small squad especially in terms of quality off the bench which is pretty much non-existent

Add to that he had to deal with his marquee player being mentally checked out since November

All in all, he's done a damn fine job if you ask me. What do you guys really expect? That's we'd be on par with Napoli? We knew the problems we had going into the season. The only real disappointment so far was the EL exit, but in the long run it could prove helpful for us

As for the football in general, I think we've played much worse stuff under Allegri, Montella and Pippo. We still manage to create nice plays in the majority of the games but generally lack the quality on the final ball. hat being said, Rino might not have made us beautiful to watch, but he's definitely made us difficult to beat, if Leonardo and Maldini can give him the 2 players we need in the attack that can give us that extra spark and added quality than the nice looking football will follow from there

On another note, I'm really impressed with Paqueta, this kid approaches the game with such style and quality, I'm really looking forward to seeing more of him
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Posted on: Jan 20 2019, 03:07 PM


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Not getting a winger is what will hold us back this season. I'm p!ssed off about Higuain, but it's not like he was scoring for fun, he hasn't been the same since that Juve game when he missed the penalty
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Hey guys, back from a trip.

Seeing the developments about Higuain p!ssed me right off. I mean, why even sign if he was reluctant to begin with? Piatek will most likely be the guy brought in, I'm not that excited about it, if he can keep up his Genoa numbers that would be great but he just doesn't give me that kind of impression of being a big game player capable of making the mark in a big team with big ambitions.

It's not like Higuain has been scoring a lot either but he does bring in that extra confidence level that I can't see Piratek doing


As for Paqueta, he's looked impressive so far, he definitely has the confidence to be starting, showed great character in the Juve game as well.

Also, I think some of you are going a bit overboard with criticizing Rino. He hasn't had a fully fit squad since the first month of the season but still has managed to keep results relatively stable. We played the Juve game without any of our big attacking threats and still managed to create some good chances while also keeping the result respectable when we went down to 10 men. Add to that the wholly BS refereeing that went down as has been the case for the last 5 or so games we've played against Juve where we got screwed over in some way or the other and you just have to give respect to these players and the coach as well
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Dec 29 2018, 05:56 PM) *
Mark my words, we’ll be in the Champions League next season. We just needs those 2-3 signings in January to give us that extra boost.

Let's hope so, if those signings aren't made I can't see how we'll manage to limp along to a 4th place finish at this point

Rino is a question mark for me atm. I don't think he's been as bad as some have made him out to be considering the massive injury crises he's had to deal with
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From bad to worse it seems.

Didn't watch as I had to go out but I'm glad I didn't bother. Rino has reached the limit of what he is capable of doing with what he has, any coach would struggle under such circumstances, but some of his decisions are certainly not helping our cause

All these injuries were bound to start really effecting the results. Our January purchases need to be pitch perfect. And with Ibra no longer an option and Fabregas looking far from a sure thing, I'm not so sure we can pull a good mercato off at this point either
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Some crucial players will be back for this one. But our problems have now shifted to the attack. Since we lost Biglia and Bonaventura we have struggled to score regularly. As I said from the beginning, the double pivot of Kessie and Bakayoko won't work long term as there's not enough creativity and we're struggling to bring in the attacking players into the game

After the harrowing midweek venture against Olympiacos it has become even more imperative that we perform in these upcoming games/ We don't have EL to distract us anymore and key players are starting to return from their injuries. So we need to make sure we collect max points from tomorrow to the end of the year
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QUOTE (William405 @ Dec 9 2018, 10:29 PM) *
Such a shame. We could have won. Still a good performance, to be honest.

I thought we were too rushed

That miss from Cutrone though...
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QUOTE (William405 @ Dec 9 2018, 04:55 AM) *
Yes, Roma are terrible this season.

I totally understand your point. However, I also think an important factor is that we reinforce the team January! If we do that, a boost of Ibra-Fabregas is huge IMO.

But, I should also say that I'm very happy with how the team is performing and the identity we are giving this year.

No doubt that those 2 would be a massive boost, not only in the footballing sense but to have winners like them on the team will give us an even better shot. Having Higuain has already showed what someone with his mentality can add to the rest. To have a serial winner like Ibra added to that will help the others understand what it means to win. Our problem is that we've relied on players like Suso for example, who is definitely a talent but has never won anything, same for the rest. We have a lot of talented young players who don't know how to win.

And agreed about the general mentality of the team. Rino imo has surpassed all my expectations, and for all my lobbying for Conte this summer, I'm completely impressed with how he's managed to continue to haul in points even when all the odds have been stacked against him so far this season. When you lose 5 first team regulars, it's always going to be a blow, but especially for us as we don't really have a proper second string side.
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QUOTE (William405 @ Dec 9 2018, 02:13 PM) *
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPQNJXmTpp8

I stumbled upon this video that I thought I'd share with all the goals of the 2010-2011 season where we won the scudetto.

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The good old days, such nostalgia. Hopefully we'll manage to get back there one day in the near future
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QUOTE (X-Offender @ Dec 9 2018, 12:16 AM) *
Roma and Lazio drew today. We just have to win this.

Which makes me even more apprehensive as we tend to squander such opportunities. Not only can we close the gap on Inter but we can put some daylight between us and the Roman sides. Essential 3 points here
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Results are going our way. Let's see if we can capitilise on this. I understand if we slip up, especially when we barely have a defensive line, but this is too huge an opportunity to pass up.

From now till the new year, all our games are winnable and we need to take advantage of that. This is the true test, not playing Juve and Napoli


Roma also drew btw
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